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Rustin Miller leads K&N USCS MOD qualifying at Poplar Bluff on Friday

K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modifieds @ Poplar Bluff Speedway - Cotton Bowl Cup results Friday, Oct. 17, 2014 :

K&N Filters USCS MOD Power Dash: Winner = 12L Lucas Lee, 29 Preston Seratt, 12c Scott Crigler, 18 Matt Cooper and Jim Gulley.

Wilwwod Disc Brakes USCS MOD Heat #1. Winner = 44 Rustin Miller, Houston, MO, 29H Keith Hammett, Brooklyn, AR, 44 Jim Gulley, Brookland, AR, 02 Robert Powers,Campbell, MO, 24 Mark Todd, Jackson, MO, , 25 Andrew Allen, Paris, TN 94 Scott Tracer, Rector, AR and 91 Jimmy Bostwick, Ozark, MO..

Aero Race Wheels Heat #2. Winner = 21A Robby Arnold, Paragould, AR, 10 Tyler Fowler, Portageville, MO, Josh Greene, Paragould, AR, 2 Mike Savage, Pilot Knob, MO, 10R Tim Radford, Piedmont, MO, 76 Dustin Castleberry, Malden, MO and 47 Tyler Newcom, Jonesboro, AR.

USCS MOD Heat #3. Winner = 12L Lucas Lee, Paris, TN, 29 Preston Seratt, Dyersburg, TN, 60 Jamie Daughtee, Pocahontas, AR, 21T Charlie Turner, Jonesboro, AR, 55k Terry Kirk, Urbana, MO, 69h Jeff Hall, Charleston, MO, 1B Bart Richardson, Bradford, TN.

KSE Racing Products USCS MOD Heat #4. Winner = 1c Scott Crittes, Truman, AR, 13 Kodi Savage, Arcadia, MO, 69R Jamie Robards, Roselee, MO, 97 Paul Reeder, Malden, MO, 95 Josh Sissom, Cape Giradeau, MO, 55 walter Dunn, Grandon, MO, d97 Daryl Hay, Doniphan, MO.

Schoenfeld Headers USCS MOD Heat #5. Winner = 14 Billy Smith, Desloge, MO, 18 Matt Cooper, McKenzie, TN, 1A Shane Aiken, Medina, TN, 12c Scott Crigler, Alton, MO, F1 Tyson Franks, Batesville, AR, 15 Cole Fowler and m93 Matthew Rodgers

***Top three from each heat transferred to A-Main. The balnce of the cars will run in one of two B-Mains.

USCS Sprints & MODS headline Poplar Bluff 14th Annual Cotton Boll
Turpen captures USCS/URC North South Shootout @Cherokee

GAFFNEY, S.C. - October 4, 2014 - (J. Kloosterman photo) Morgan Turpen was not going to be denied during Saturday night’s United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters and the URC Rislone Sprint Series North/South Shootout at Cherokee Speedway. Turpen, from Cordova, Tennessee, took the lead from 2012 URC champion Robbie Stillwaggon for the final time on lap 20 of the 30-lap North/South Shootout finale A-main Saturday and weathered four late-race cautions and subsequent restarts to bolt away to the biggest victory of her career in a race that was ultimately a war of attrition at Cherokee. The win was Turpen’s sixth career USCS feature triumph and her second of the season, as well as her first-career URC victory.

“Wow,” a shocked Turpen said with a smile in USCS Victory Lane. “I didn’t expect to be standing here tonight. As the race wore on, we just kept getting better while the #89 (Robbie Stillwaggon) kept getting worse. We needed this bad, the team did, and I did too. I’m so proud and so thankful for this effort tonight.”

Jim Young grabs USCS 600 sprint win at Cherokee

GAFFNEY, S.C. – October 4, 2014 - Saturday night at Cherokee Speedway, Jim Young ensured there was no doubt who the strongest car in the USCS 600 Sprint Series field was. Young, from Johnstown, Pennsylvania, surged from fourth to the lead on the opening lap of the 600 mini-sprint 15-lap main event and held on through two mid-race cautions to grab his first USCS-sanctioned mini-sprint victory of the 2014 season. The victory was Young’s third career USCS 600 Sprint Series win. “The car was really rolling through the corners well; I could go to the bottom and pretty much stick down there. I saw the 14 car (McCullough) was up on top at the start, so I just went where they weren’t and it paid off,” Young said in USCS Victory Lane.

 K&N Filters pole-starter Matt McCullough, from Atlanta, Georgia, chased Young all the way but had nothing for the Pennsylvania hot-shoe in the closing laps and had to settle for second, with Cherryville, North Carolina’s Johnny Bridges collecting the K&N Filters Podium Award in third place, his best career USCS 600 feature finish. Coby Adams, out of Mooresville, North Carolina jumped from tenth to finish fourth and Clarksville, Tennessee college student and defending USCS 600 Sprint Series champion Sean Hosey rounded out the top five.

USCS vs. URC at Carolina RAINED OUT
Thunderstorm1.jpgDue to inclement weather and the forecast of additional storms through the evening hours, tonight's Uscs Racing and URC North/South Shootout opening round at Carolina Speedway has been canceled.

Tomorrow night's event at Cherokee Speedway is still on as scheduled, with a much improved weather forecast on tap for Saturday
USCS vs. URC North South battle at Cherokee on Saturday
USCS vs. URC North vs. South Shootout FRIDAY @Carolina
USCS presented by K&N Filters sprint car highlights @Senoia

Eric Riggins completes USCS Senoia Summer Nationals sweep
USCSRiggins9.20.14CS.jpg(Chris Seelman photo) SENOIA, GA - September 30, 2014 - Coming into the weekend, Eric Riggins Jr. had never won a feature event at Senoia Raceway. Now, he’s two for two in 2014 at the famed three-eighths mile dirt track. The 19 year-old Riggins who was the 2010 United Sprint Car Series Presented by K&N Filters Southern Thunder Rookie of the Year from Charlotte, North Carolina, powered around K&N Filters pole-sitter Collin Cabre on lap 15 of the 30-lap Senoia Summer Nationals A-main finale and survived a lap 23 tussle with the Thonotosassa, Florida young gun, where the two exchanged the lead twice in one lap, to grab his second straight USCS win and complete a weekend sweep. It was Riggins’ eighth career USCS Victory Lane stop and third in 2014.

“This one was hard-fought tonight,” Riggins said in USCS Victory Lane. “Once I finally got to the lead, I just got held up by lap traffic and couldn’t time it right to get under him because it was a really a hard track to pass on. I give credit, (Cabre) raced me clean – I got by him and then he got by me and we went at it there on the backstretch, but once I could finally get by him and get by the lapped traffic there, we were good. Car was great, I never dreamed we could have done it from seventh though. Cool night.”
Amerson charges to 2nd 2014 USCS 600 win at Senoia

(Chris Seelman Photo) SENOIA, GA - September 20, 2014 - Looking almost stealth with his trademark #29 missing from the blank wing on top his car, Kyle Amerson got out the broom and swept Saturday night’s USCS 600 Sprint Car Series USCS Senoia Summer Nationals finale at Senoia Raceway. 

With a power move to the inside, Amerson from Montgomery, Alabama blasted past Friday night’s feature winner Dirk Miller on lap 12 of the 20-lap A-main and never looked back en-route to the USCS Victory Lane. The win was Amerson’s second career USCS sanctioned victory and the second win of the 2014 season following his victory in March at Magnolia Motor Speedway.

“All weekend here at Senoia it’s taken about half the race before our car would kick in so right about lap ten there, the bottom side came in for me and it just took off,” Amerson said in USCS Victory Lane. “The lapped traffic was interesting but we were the fastest car out there when it counted and I couldn’t be more thankful to finally get another one of these.”

Dirk Miller Sweeps Friday USCS 600s at Senoia
USCS600MillerDirk9.19.14CS.jpg(Chris seelman photo) SENOIA, Ga. – There’s a first time for everything, and Friday night at Senoia Raceway, Sanford, Florida veteran Dirk Miller notched two firsts in USCS 600 Sprint Series competition. Miller powered away from the K&N Filters Pole Position and went unchallenged over the course of Friday’s 20-lap USCS Senoia Summer Nationals preliminary A-main to score his first career USCS-sanctioned mini-sprint victory in a clean sweep, after he also won the Hoosier Tire Speed Dash and won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat to start the night.

“I cannot believe how great this feels,” an ecstatic Miller said in Victory Lane. “My teammate David had the car set up and he said to me before the race, ‘Dirk, I’ve got the car for you tonight. If you don’t win this race, I’m going to take it from you.’ And look where we finished. One-two tonight.”

Riggins charges to victory at Senoia on Friday
USCSRiggins9.19.14.jpg(USCS photo) SENOIA, Ga. - September 19, 2014 - Friday night at New Senoia Raceway, young gun Eric Riggins Jr. proved it doesn’t matter how many laps you lead, just that you lead the final one. Riggins, the 2010 United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Southern Thunder regional Rookie of the Year from Charlotte, North Carolina, used a three-wide maneuver to shoot to the inside of ten-time USCS National champion Terry Gray with two laps to go in Saturday’s USCS Senoia Summer Nationals preliminary A-main charged into the USCS Victory Lane after notching his second USCS victory of the season. The win was Riggins first ever win at the high-speed three-eighths mile dirt oval and his career-seventh USCS triumph and second in the last four USCS races.

Riggins closed up on Gray’s back bumper following a lap 11 caution, which flew for Brandon McLain’s loop in turn one. That yellow, Riggins said, gave him the shot he needed to take the fight to the race leader.

“I had to work him, I was driving my butt off trying to get him after that yellow and couldn’t for the longest time,” Riggins said in victory Lane. “I could catch him when we got in clean air and couldn’t do anything with him, but once he got cobbed up with a lapped car I was able to get by him. The car was great tonight; you know, it’s kind of hard to pass when you get going as fast as we do here but we did it tonight and I just hope this is the start of a streak for us.”
Nicholson collects 5th 2014 win at Tennessee National
USCSNicholson9.13.14PWWEB.jpgHOHENWALD, Tenn. - September 13, 2014 – It’s said , “Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good”. On Saturday night at Tennessee National Raceway, Anthony Nicholson was the one with all the luck in his hand. Nicholson, the 2008 United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Rookie of the Year from Bartlett, Tennessee reclaimed the lead from 2012 USCS National Champion Tim Crawley with four laps to go after Crawley blew a tire going into turn 3 during the series 30-lap Tennessee Fall Nationals A-main.. Nicholson then darted away to make his fifth trip to the USCS Victory Lane this season.

Nicholson led the first 20 laps of the event before being passed by Crawley on a lap 21 re-start and said it was the most unlikely win he’s ever had in a sprint car. It was his ninth career series victory, second straight in the series and his second consecutive TN Fall Nationals triumph after winning the event convincingly in 2013.
Zaiontz races to 20th career USCS 600 win at TN National

USCS600Zaiontz9.13.14JSeelman.jpgHOHENWALD, Tenn. - September 13, 2014 - Saturday night at Tennessee National Raceway, Bobby Zaiontz (Bobby Z) received a champion’s welcome back to Victory Lane. Zaiontz, the two-time USCS 600 Sprint Series champion and the series’ all-time winningest driver, powered past K&N Filters pole-sitter Mike Magic on lap 4 of the USCS 600 Sprint Car Series 20-lap A-main during the 2nd annual Tennessee Fall Nationals and never looked back, driving un-challenged to his record-extending and milestone 20th career USCS mini-sprint triumph in a brand-new jet-black chassis.  

“I didn’t think I had a chance at it, starting that far back,” Zaiontz said after celebrating in front of the fans. “We made some last-minute changes to the car; they were lining up and we changed the gears out and it turned out to be the right call. I can’t say enough, this is the third night out in this new car, the “Black Widow”, and we’ve got 3 wins. According to my math, that’s batting a 1000,” the champion grinned.

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